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Old 03-24-2012, 02:49 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Hopefully going to Rock the Park in London, Ontario.

It has a fucking sick lineup, 54-40, Steve Miller Band, Slash and Myles Davis, George Thorogood, Bush, Boston, Prism, I'll cry if I don't get to go.
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got my tickets to ozora. wheeeeeeeeee

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why the fuck would you compare jurado to andrew bird?
are you saying they don't have similar sounds?
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are you kidding... So name two artist/bands that you could compare?
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they really don't sound a like....
please give me an example of two artist/bands that sound a little.
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Anyone else hitting up West coast festivals. It be fun to see one of you out there. Now the plan is Symbiosis, Lightning in a Bottle, EDC Vegas, Re:Generation and Burning Man.
Also got a ticket for Bassnectar tomorrow night but not going cause I realized its all ages show plus longer drive than I'd like and I'll see them in Vegas.
Hitting up a renegade campout tomorrow night and I am bringing my dog to her first rave!!!!!
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Going to the Trews tomorrow night, kinda pissed though because I found out Big Wreck is playing in Kingston tomorrow as well, and well
Big Wreck>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The Trews.
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4 Days until....

This is my pre-emptive, must see sasquatch schedule, as is with festivals I could see all, or none of the names below, but I am in full on amped mode, I have 4 days of work left before we head out Thursday morning...

Friday, May 25

Scribes 4:30pm - 5:15pm @The Maine Stage
Yellow Ostrich 5:15pm - 6:00pm @Bigfoot
Of Monsters and Men 6:05pm - 6:50pm @Sasquatch
Santigold 7:10pm - 7:55pm @Sasquatch
STRFKR 7:45pm - 8:30pm @Banana Shack
Explosions In The Sky 9:15pm - 10:15pm @Bigfoot
Pretty Lights 10:15pm - 11:45pm @Sasquatch

Saturday, May 26

Pickwick 12:00pm - 12:45pm @Sasquatch
Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires 1:05pm - 1:50pm @Sasquatch
Electric Guest 2:00pm - 2:45pm @Bigfoot
Alabama Shakes 3:00pm - 3:45pm @Bigfoot
Sol 4:25pm - 5:10pm @The Maine Stage
Unknown Mortal Orchestra 5:40pm - 6:25pm @Yeti
Purity Ring 6:45pm - 7:30pm @Banana Shack
tUnE-yArDs 7:30pm - 8:30pm @Bigfoot
The Shins 8:10pm - 9:25pm @Sasquatch
Jack White 10:00pm - 11:30pm @Sasquatch
The Roots 11:30pm - 1:00am @Bigfoot

Sunday, May 27

Greylag 12:15pm - 1:00pm @Yeti
ReignWolf 1:20pm - 2:05pm @Yeti
Beardyman 2:00pm - 2:45pm @Banana Shack
Gardens & Villa 3:30pm - 4:15pm @Yeti
Chiddy Bang 4:20pm - 5:05pm @Sasquatch
Active Child 5:40pm - 6:25pm @Yeti
Wild Flag 6:20pm - 7:05pm @Bigfoot
The Walkmen 7:30pm - 8:30pm @Bigfoot
Little Dragon 9:00pm - 10:00pm @Bigfoot
Bon Iver 10:00pm - 11:30pm @Sasquatch
Feed Me (with Teeth!) 11:30pm - 1:00am @Bigfoot

Monday, May 28

Walk The Moon 12:45pm - 1:30pm @Bigfoot
Ben Howard 1:45pm - 2:30pm @Bigfoot
Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside 2:25pm - 3:10pm @Yeti
Feist 5:30pm - 6:30pm @Sasquatch
The Cave Singers 6:50pm - 7:35pm @Bigfoot
SBTRKT 8:00pm - 9:00pm @Banana Shack
Beck 10:00pm - 11:30pm @Sasquatch
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So got home last night, got the first full night of sleep in 6 days and am now ready to share a little about the experience....

Below is my forecast, bold'd will be what really happened...


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This is my pre-emptive, must see sasquatch schedule, as is with festivals I could see all, or none of the names below, but I am in full on amped mode, I have 4 days of work left before we head out Thursday morning...

Friday, May 25

Scribes 4:30pm - 5:15pm @The Maine Stage ---> First act of the show, the stage he was on was new for this year(featuring local hip-hop) for a small stage that thing pumped out the bass, and it had no retaining wall meaning that a person could get within 2 feet of the artist(s), Scribes was good but I didn't really know much of his stuff so I'll rate it 2/5

Yellow Ostrich 5:15pm - 6:00pm @Bigfoot ----> The first real act I was looking forward too, and they did not disappoint, awesome percussion work, awesome chemistry, awesome band (4/5)

Of Monsters and Men 6:05pm - 6:50pm @Sasquatch -----> The first act on the big stage, the hill was already full, the band was a bit overwhelmed at first but settled in to a really tight, solid set, I was a huge fan before but came away more a fan (5/5)

Santigold 7:10pm - 7:55pm @Sasquatch -----> Oh Geeze, I was not ready for that kind of awesome, I saw Santigold the year of the big dance party and this lived up to that show, she played all the hits, and the new faves...Huge set by a really fun performer (4/5) docked a point because it was nearly identical to her other tour shows...

STRFKR 7:45pm - 8:30pm @Banana Shack -----> I loved the set, but it was marred by some early weekend reverb/sound issues, the band played through it and got it fixed 2-3 songs in but it didn't allow them to fully embrace the good vibes (4/5)

Mark Lanagan Band 7:45pm - 8:45pm @ Bigfoot ----> This was last minute 15-20 minute, get to the front type deal, no one was there to see the former lead singer of The Screaming Trees but that played to our advantage, this was joints and rum time, and we got plenty ready for the amazininess that was coming up (2/5)

Explosions In The Sky 9:15pm - 10:15pm @Bigfoot ----> AMAZING, is all that needs to be said, from the sound check of Doin the Cockroach by Modest Mouse, to the fireworks from the main stage syncing up with the finale of the last song this show was balls out one of the top 5 of the weekend (5/5)

Pretty Lights 10:15pm - 11:45pm @Sasquatch -----> Glowpocalyspe, there were drugs, there were lights, there was glow paint everywhere, and there was non-stop dancing, I loved the music before, but this took it to another plain altogether (5/5)

Saturday, May 26

Pickwick 12:00pm - 12:45pm @Sasquatch -----> Showed up a bit late but they put on a great show to a small(by main stage standards) early morning show, the haggardness of the night before haddn't caught up yet so it was pretty enjoyable (3/5)


Charles Bradley 1:05pm - 1:50pm @Sasquatch -----> By this time more people had filtered in and we had set up camp on the terraces, the sun was out in full but with a nice breeze, I laid back lit up a joint and enjoyed the soul filled sounds of the day beginning, Bradly is a monster, and his band is tits (4/5)

Electric Guest 2:00pm - 2:45pm @Bigfoot -----> Took a shot in the dark and it seemed to pay off, by this time the wind had died down so we posted up in one of the chill tents and enjoyed some down time and lunch (3/5)

Alabama Shakes 3:00pm - 3:45pm @Bigfoot ------> This was the reason we had seen the act previous, If you have a chance, see these guys they will not disappoint at all (4/5)

Portlandia 3:10pm - 4:10pm @Banana Shack -----> Had to walk over to catch up the last of the set to meet up with the rest of our party, it was humorous but their act translates better in the skit based tv format (2/5)

Sol 4:25pm - 5:10pm @The Maine Stage -----> Headed over to the small stage for one of the best hip-hop shows I had seen up until then, people knew the music, rushed the stage "If ya'll back up 5 feet we can party, we ain't trying to get killed out here ya'll want to party right", ample dancing and great sound quality, this show did not disapoint in the least, it was just way too short(4/5)

Unknown Mortal Orchestra 5:40pm - 6:25pm @Yeti ----> The rest of our group ran over to Childish Gambino, we kicked it small on the yeti, the show was great, they played the songs I wanted to hear but I just wasn't drunk/baked enough yet for this one (3/5)

Purity Ring 6:45pm - 7:30pm @Banana Shack -----> For a group that only had 4-6 songs when they were booked, they put on a show that would rival groups with 4-6 full albums, the lead singers voice transfers extremely well in the live setting, the band was stellar I was fully impressed (4/5)

tUnE-yArDs 7:30pm - 8:30pm @Bigfoot ------> Came on late, so we saw one song before heading over for the next show, I'm sure it was a great performance, but with the late start and seeing them in 2010 it wasn't high priority (2/5)

The Shins 8:10pm - 9:25pm @Sasquatch ------> Only stayed for half the set but it was a great half to watch, they played all the old favorites, some new goodin's and it would have been easy to stay for the full show if the next one wasn't so stellar (4/5)

St. Vincent 9:00pm - 10:00 pm @ Bigfoot ------> This was a last minute sprint up the hill to catch the start of this one, and it was worth the loss of breath, we did some drinking, some dancing and the band blew everyone away, stage diving is kinda passe at this point but when the singer jumps head first and continues to sing while floating around on the arms of the crowd it takes on a whole new feeling this is in the top 3 of shows of the weekend (5/5)

Jack White 10:00pm - 11:30pm @Sasquatch ------> Another check in the book of my must see acts, this show was everything I wanted it to be, he played white stripes stuff, racounters stuff, dead weather stuff, some awesome versions of his new stuff...My favorite song was the Hoedown version of Hotel Yorba....(5/5)

The Roots 11:30pm - 1:00am @Bigfoot ------> Opened with a cover of Paul Revere in honor of MCA of the Beasties and didn't stop kickin out jams until early in the morning...My own tiredness was the only thing keeping me from seeing the whole set and I'm docking myself a point rather than the group (4/5)
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part 2, this shit is getting long....


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The Staves 12:00pm - 12:45pm @ Bigfoot ----> Went with scatters recommendation, and they were pretty solid, but it was way to early to fully appreciate the whole sum of the parts, good music+way too haggard= sleepy time tent time...(3/5)

Greylag 12:15pm - 1:00pm @Yeti -----> Pulled my shit together and walked down the hill to the small stage to check the rest of greylag, they were dece for what I saw, but it was too little to rate (n/a/5)

ReignWolf 1:20pm - 2:05pm @Yeti -----> This is the guy, he shreds with one hand, drums with the other and hits the bass drum with his leg, for 3/4 of the show he was a one man wrecking crew then he brought out his brother and another guy and slayed it, coming down into the crowd with his guitar while rocking the fuck out...This guy needs to put out an album already..(4/5)

Beardyman 2:00pm - 2:45pm @Banana Shack ------> This guy got the shaft as far as what time he came on, it was way too early for his brand of comedic beat box dub step awesomeness...It was an entertaining show but lacked the real energy it needed from the crowd...(3/5)

Gardens & Villa 3:30pm - 4:15pm @Yeti -----> For me this was the year's local natives/foster the people, they had a couple songs making the rounds, new album and I only had a couple months to get primed, but they put on a high energy, fun, engaging show, I will see these guys again and their new material is pretty solid (4/5)

Chiddy Bang 4:20pm - 5:05pm @Sasquatch ----> Bailed on chiddy to see The War on Drugs

The War on Drugs 4:05pm - 4:50pm @Bigfoot -----> Figured since they have been at the top of my lists of most played in the past few months I might as well see them, they were solid but not spectacular, the mid day set at the height of the hottest day didn't help, the chill tent did, we smoked 3 joints during this set and were solidly ready for the next show (3/5)

Active Child 5:40pm - 6:25pm @Yeti ----> Bailed to see M. Ward due to being extremely baked and wanting to sit on the hill to pre-game for the evening

M. Ward 5:25pm - 6:10pm @Sasquatch -----> Way better than expected, turned out to be the first big suprise of the weekend as far as having the perfect setting/weather for his act, the heat died down, wind kicked up to tolerable and the songs were all well chosen, I had alot of fun at this act...(4/5)

Wild Flag 6:20pm - 7:05pm @Bigfoot -----> So Much Fun, these ladies rock tough, they had a primo slot and made the best of it, we got up super close and danced for the whole set...(5/5)

The Walkmen 7:30pm - 8:30pm @Bigfoot -----> Skipped to run over to catch the first half of Apparat

Star Slinger 6:45pm - 7:30pm@Banana Shack -----> Caught the last half of their set to get good spots for Apparat, they were killing it and energy was high from all the dancing at wild flag, they carried us right through til the next set (3/5)

Apparat 8:00pm - 9:00pm@Banana Shack -----> The shack completely cleared out after Star Slinger, so we got really nice spots along the side for the start of their set, a couple people in the group wanted to run to Beirut so we only stayed for 4 songs but the ones we saw were really great (no rating)

Beirut 8:10pm - 9:25pm@Sasquatch ------> A last minute addition to our schedule did not disappoint, we made the most out of it and had some dinner on the hill for the start of the sunset, we showed up late and left early but we will all be seeing Beirut again soon (no rating)

Little Dragon 9:00pm - 10:00pm @Bigfoot ------> HOLY SHIT BALLS, I knew we were in for a great time, but this exceeded everything, just recalling the show to write this brings a smile to my face, the drunk face was on and the good times were being had (5/5) top 3 of the weekend

Bon Iver 10:00pm - 11:30pm @Sasquatch ------> Bonnie Bear had the whole place filled and lulled everyone into a fuzzy sleepy cuddle fest...(5/5)

Feed Me (with Teeth!) 11:30pm - 1:00am @Bigfoot -------> Glowpocalyspe 2.0, having the benefit of the smaller stage played well for the massive number of glow sticks that were flying around, the light show was top notch and stands up to Deadmau5 in 2010 and Bassnectar in 2011 for best EMD shows I have seen (5/5)

Monday, May 28

Walk The Moon 12:45pm - 1:30pm @Bigfoot ----> Holy haggard batman, the music was way good, the mind was willing but the body just wanted to lay down and wave arms in the sky (3/5)

Ben Howard 1:45pm - 2:30pm @Bigfoot -----> Oh ben, you played a nice enough set but no one cared because you kept us waiting until 2:10 before gracing us with your presence...(2/5)...I need to see a Ben Howard only show

Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside 2:25pm - 3:10pm @Yeti -----> All the bummers from ben were washed away when Sallie Ford came out with her Fender Jaguar and her tiny polka dot mini skirt, this lady is the real deal, out of portland she is ready to burst, great energy, great stage presence, grateful to be there and the most dance-able act of the day so far (5/5)

Damien Juardo 2:45pm - 3:20pm -----> Caught the last 15 minutes of his set and I can't say I hated it, but then again I can't say that I loved it either (No Rating)

Cloud Cult 3:35pm - 4:20pm ------> By then the exhaustion of the weekend had set in, the set was great but I slept through half of it, leaving me unable to give it an accurate rating (No Rating)

Fun. 4:40pm - 5:25pm -----> There are some bands that have just a couple songs that people come to see and win more fans over with live versions of their lesser songs, then there are bands with a couple songs that should play those songs and then take off, fun is one of those bands...Their strong material is really strong, really singable, then the other 7/8's of the set is WTF inducing (2/5)

Feist 5:30pm - 6:30pm @Sasquatch ------> We hoofed it over to the hill to see a stellar set by Feist, the girls were obviously more into it than Me but it was still a great set by a great artist, song selection was superb and the setting fit perfectly, this was one of those few sets jammed pact with magic....(5/5)

The Cave Singers 6:50pm - 7:35pm @Bigfoot ------> More Please, I wish their set never ended, it was so great, the songs I loved before I love more, the songs I wasn't high on I am now in love with and I will see these guys again the very next chance I get...(5/5)

SBTRKT 8:00pm - 9:00pm @Banana Shack ----->At this point I was all danced out, but we made the best of it and stuck it out for a couple songs before deciding to venture to all of the other stages for one last peek at our favorite place to be (no rating)

Spiritualized/Ted Leo @Bigfoot/Yeti ------> We just wanted to breath in the two smaller stages one last time before heading over to the main stage for the finale of Tenacious D and Beck, Spiritualized was good but only a couple hundred people had ventured out and no one seemed too into it, Ted Leo was alooooooooot better they had the smallest stage pretty full and played a few really solid songs, and a new one that was pretty awesome, if i would have stayed at any one show Ted Leo would have been the one

Tenacious D 8:30pm - 9:30pm @Sasquatch ------> I was super skeptical of this set before we headed down but these guys knew exactly what they had gotten themselves into, rocked the fuck out of the place and left me with this really awesome nostalgic feeling (4/5)

Beck 10:00pm - 11:30pm @Sasquatch ----> By this time we were all pretty wiped from the 4 nights of straight partying so we headed out pretty early into his set (no rating)

All and all it was another amazing journey spending a long weekend over in George...
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saw the wall on saturday. sick show but they're railing against capitalism while doing a show in yankees stadium. roger waters is standing 500 feet away from a stand selling $12 metallic piss budweiser and $10 fries. disgusting.
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saw the wall on saturday. sick show but they're railing against capitalism while doing a show in yankees stadium. roger waters is standing 500 feet away from a stand selling $12 metallic piss budweiser and $10 fries. disgusting.

The Wall isn't about anti capitalism, it is about isolation and loss...Wish You Were Here and Animals are better examples of Floyd's forays into anti-capitalism...Pretty cool of you to take a great show and put that negative of a spin on it instead of enjoying the performance for the performance and the real message...

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i think a festival would be the one place i might actually meet up with some yahookans irl . i couldnt see it happening anywhere else. but at a festival it would be probably the coolest thing.
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Nice grieves sounds like fun quite a report you wrote there

Festivals are the shit! I'm stoked to see jack white, justice and Metallica at outside lands this year. Gonna try rushing fence this year!!

I bet pretty lights was killer missed it at EDC so many good acts hard when there is six stages four of which rocked

Anyone into hard style? That stage literally scared the piss out of me giant fucking clown head with e tards doing the bunny shuffle round it.
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I never said The Wall was about anti capitalism.

I'm referring to the "Enjoy Capitalism" spoof on coke's logo they had plastered on the wall.

And the "iProfit" apple spoof for the entire run like hell song.

Then a couple feet over you have the stand selling $12 metallic piss with budweiser's giant logo all over the place.

What is blatant irony, Alex Trebek.

And like I said, all that aside, it was a sick show.

Fender, your fam like it? They were probably stoned just from sitting in the audience.
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I saw string cheese incident on Sunday. I had no clue who they were and some of my festival friends insisted I come guaranteed if I didn't love it buy my ticket. I bailed on sat night show cause I thought it would be too much of hippy jam
Band and be mellow.
As soon as I got on public transit met people
Going to show. Best crowd ever such fuckimg good vibes. I literally felt like I overdosed on happiness and my only problem was too much bud I got handed jays and no one would hit it after me.
I was going pretty good on beer weed and shrooms then took bump of
Blow. Felt so overwhelmed from happiness I got away from
My group and collapsed. I was getting crazy lightheaded and as I was laying down sweating probably looking crazy as fuck people checked in on me and gave me Gatorade. After few minutes recovered thanked them all and got back to dancing.
Lot of deadheads saw so many steal your faces and the teddy bears. The positive energy was palpable!!!!

Next event probably outside lands then chill till burning man. This year will be quite insane.
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told ya you'd love it!!! glad you had a good time man
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Ive never seen string cheese, but i love the scene.


fucking LOVE phish shows.


really fun people and shows.
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yea that's half the reason I love festivals, the atmosphere! As Carl said, you can just get high on the good vibes!
and the good drugs mmmmm
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